Commands to reach blind-spots, places the stasis-field locks you out of:
|/getpseudo : Sends you a pseudo-random map coordinate, generated via math not quantum-stuff.|
|/getquantum : Sends you a quantum-generated, random map coordinate!|
|/getqtime : Same as /getquantum but suggests a random time.|
Commands to find intention-driven-anomalies, places associated with the thing you were thinking about:
|/getanomaly : Sends the strongest anomaly-point. Doesn't care if attractor or void.|
|/getattractor : Sends you a point sourced from thousands of quantum-points. We search for dense areas of points.|
|/getvoid : The opposite of the attractor point; Gives you a place with minimum quantum-point density.|
|/getpair : Sends you an attractor and void pair.|
|/scanida, /scanattractor, /scanvoid, /scanpair : These work just like "get". They make 10 entropy requests to QRNG with 30 seconds interval.|
|Should greatly increase your intent's impact, due to the point's longevity.|
All get/scan commands can have parameters. For example: /getanomaly, /getattractor, /getvoid, /getpair. This gives the strongest anomalies / attractors / voids / pairs . Numbers can be from 1 to 20.
Don't be scared to use parameters! It doesnt cost us, or slow you. /getxxx takes the same time as /getxxx or /getxxx! Because we normally create 10 points and only report the highest one anyhow.
Want to help us discover how quantum points behave vs pseudo-random points?
|/getpoint : Sends you a mystery point, generated by either quantum or pseudo-random. Helps us with research into quantum-behaviour via stat-collection.|
Attractors with strength less than two, are too weak to be special.
Z-score is some-kinda statistical deviation of anomaly from uniform distribution.
The radius of the anomaly shows the how much land-area the attractor occupies.